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1 " OGDEN CIYyTuT SATURDAY ENING7AWuST2f9y2 LAST EDITION 4 P. M. I fllZK? SEES Hi IF FRANCE SEIZES RUHR Act If ?jjd Renews Sprite " ijftth Germany INED ARMY rit Leader Insists Capi I'jliist Be Completely Crushed I L'js., Russia has" al read - I UVrruMlnr orrP9 ,0 s00-000 'j ,tv r. a.h ' J".1- ' nv I Lrt conf-r-n e which gl' os Sw'of wecs She docs not UT immolate int rventl'.n. Z&nM an 3,tck lR " ' ' I LBi it is doubtful if sb. .. . ir. i-.'' n' '1 ' I Lanitrt 'he R"'r region a:i.l I ta! rdind In a renewal of t uc t h Germany. Twt:ky. jealet minister ( h th?M assertions in an In-J b rhicb I.o submitted to fet (,( questions from l " lenta regarding so t Rl'.e;3al problems. Kit break capital. Etj dfdared that th. i t L,. prefers the humane C7' tiillng Its opponents In ! n"-r than crushing them, Ciid ii.:l the political freedom ! m wpr.iratlon will be restored Mi cn'r when 'ho power of tt ( km n fa&C tte American relief ad-; ijadptfica. the minister explain- I ! (Wm-iO' rH II nol onl a hu I jhitu onjanl7.-uion tut also an I Mat" through which Am i ti ijv , ! p.. s.Man ondl lf I Readied ul Ir trmull regarding the re in i ' tfc bveitlgatlon III fc.Ufcs Ihf International sit n i J. is' '"'. i to Russia s needs for H v L TrotzKv saldV SEES REOI,lTION I IW tit tell what will com-- ' fcfl Fns-Brltlsh conference ' No P. J )df rrcr-. ..H Hi. opinion that tti ci iy ir.piing the very t ict;. ny Into revolution KT't :v fcarrlenf.J wh.-n tl B wrrttpondent asked If ' ':t hid any intention of r -kti'Mb'ty ..f pn'itlcai f.rcan pl'' Rorta.n r-artlei oth. r tin .1 y I M '"" Is 1.. r ' 1 , i WS8HIP HITS ROCK; '-3 MEN ARE MISSING ii L m. knt li. (p,v the Kao PPriHi'fhc Fren.h cl It I ..v, ,,,..,. ., ,., r3 ' .. . : 1: Cy ftr V-rlklnjc hi 9 Ffi!i:ali:.-s i unknown. tUrt Krenrh dreadnanRlit w roTIpleted In N ,v. n ici S liM , a normal displace,, ru- ' 18 feet In ! helm ..f 8,2 f. . t ,, 1 pS ,t-'- of 1.1ns m,.p , I ilofik en '"embers of! r"--adnanKh Kr,r, I Ik , , .U lR 'boush,. the 1 rJv 1 i0M as ,l r,'h"l! "f - and capsizing i.:,.. Fa - or,. i !0LDIER SLAIN ; W GIRLS HELD il a ',,' J a member of ;i d PrlV, V pollco com pans . l" m u pool f blood Nlft uf U 9hl ;,W',V 0t Eto ci"tJor neral Hen 'n J h Ilh'nc Private llou 0ut- it this U r "r-1" Two "eld for Invesli- jfejyEBROWS l 4HBNTLY WANING jBK"-: ,Mm . ' K . truckkby 'a ' lei.. , ''-io,, ,r;iln 1 " miles Bouth of I : ! TOURISTS VE HAVE MET j . THE FAMILY THAT TOOK EVERYTHING ALONG EXCEPT THE FURNACE BUT PACKING AND UN PACKING TAKES THEM SO LONG THAT THEY ARE NOW 861 MILES BEHIND SCHEDULE. THE PARTY THAT PARSED EVERYTHING ON THE ROAD BETWEEN NEW YORK AND SAN FRANCIS CO AND THE ONLY T I M E THEY SAW THE LANDSCAPE WAS WHEN THEY HAD TO STOP FOR A punc ru RE THE INVENTIVE GENIUS WHO BUILT IN ALL THE MODERN CONVENIENCES THE ONLY THING HE FORGOT WAS TQ ALLOW FOR PASSING OTHER VEHICLES ON THE ROAD. ? V "JK Ji-S ( OH Tt SPOT VNURt VSt") I vii-J (irrcn I WWw jgus,, THE FAMILY PARTY WHICH MADE A TOUR OF THE PLACES OF HISTORIC INTEREST FOR THE EDUCATIONAL BENEFIT OF THE CHILDREN , MUSIC MAKES COWS GIVE UP BETTER MILK As Band Grows Better, Butter Fat Record of Dairv Grows SANTA MONICA CaUf.. Aug 25 I Mual maker, c.)w; glVO mora and I'et iter milk. nccorJinK to Walker B. I Brnolta businer.u manager -r braL, I band, mnlntulnci by employts of a i)nv here, i Brooks declares that since 1921, iwhen the band wsu organlied, the cowi I have brok.-n all records for Riving I milk. We began prnetiQlng every a ; no n fer 1 h- nws h'id b-r-n mlll:d 1 aid Brooke "At flrel we were ndl 1 very Rood. Hut we now fcot better I we notice that th co were I more milk, rlcb-i In butterfnt. Th more proficient we became the mou h.rmonv and peu wo lt Into our ko- llectlone, the more the milk produc- : tion Increased. . I "Now we pla for the COW- -nd v.- believe we have an appreciative an audience :i any hra bnnil In I he 1 utry. At -n ruti. we gel rc- i suits."' RADICALS HUNTED ; BY FEDERAL AGENTS - IHTCAOO. Aofi It -While the l" rndic.n!! arrest d in Tuesday raid or. ! tlu-ir convention In the wood of Ber rien county, Mil blgau awaited nr ralgnmenl al Si Joeeph, Mich,. .. wceh on charges 01 criminal syn.n-ai isnt fe.lerul oprttvei extended the.l earc to the iher cirlea r-r 1" more men and women believed to hav al 1 tended the meerlnfca J Warrantj for the fupttive were is I suerl Friday. , . Wil'ia-i Z. Foster, bend o! the Trade Union fcducatlonal )eau'. ho was (arrested here prepared to realet 1 tradition to Michigan. Conduct Queer? Not For Owner of Used Auto Neighbors Bave Disgusted .Mt-!st Pinchec) $ Uen lie Bui'ies lii Bus Lrj Sand Pit L a ANGELES, Aug. 26. Hay Miller had an automobile, it wax a "used car" Ho ran It out In the hot u.i and then It quit on htm. He fixed It. It quit again. Mr. Miller worked and worked nnd the car balked and balked. Finally, ho got It to run "and he beaded it Into a sand pit. v. ber- be first dismembered it and then hurled it with a worn out screwdriver as a head stone. NelRhbprs who saw the Inter ment , ailed th' police. They took Mr Mill.) to Ihe station, and Questioned htm. "1 1 ffus h used car." ho ea plalned. .ii." said rba captain, "i had one once, turn him loose " I 0 VERDICT GIVEN IN OEStERREICH DEATH l.OS ANGC1.ES, Aug. ,26. Fred , Oesterrelch; garinenl manufacturer of, jOS Angeles anl Milwaukee, Wis. who was shot and killed 'presumably by burglars in his residence here lain Tuesday night "canto to his death bj I gunshot wounds of the brain anl heart, Inflicted by a person or per sons unknown." according to a ver ' diet returned by a coroner's jury to-, I day. 1 After the inquest the police reiter ated their belie! that burglars killed I Oesterrelch but said they would arch hi personal papers to learn it the theory he had been killed by an enemy, possibly former employe In Milwaukee, had an basis In fact. 1 FUN TO 101 FOR COOLIE I STFNO AVERS Seattle Girl Gets Fine Fountain Pen From Vice President of U. S. SEATTLE. Wash.. Aug. 26. Mls9 Kvelvnn Nelson. 11 stenographer at the chamber of commerce, is the re Iplent of a gold fountain pen engraved with her Initials, a girt sent by Calvin Coo l),lce. vice president of the United States. When Mr. Coolldgo was here Aug ust 17, he asked th' chamber to lend him a stenographer, mis Nelson took the assignment. "Mr. Coolldge Is Just lovely to work for.' says Miss Nelson, "he was very serious while he worked but the way he smiled afterwards was enoiiRh reward without any gift." uu 'WESTERN copper OUTPUT INCREASES C' 1 1,1 ' K A D ' Sl'KlNtiS Colo.. Aug 1 - Pi od in I Inn i copper by the Utah Chi no, Kay Consolidated and Nevada Consoll luted companies, re sumed la-"f April after n complete I shutdown of a year, steadily IncrSSS ld .luring the months of Ajirll. May OTid June, accor,llng to the reports of tin- second quarter of 1 91'2. made public here today hy Charles M. Mac all, president Ol the Utah and Chino COm panics , With a production of 8,598,205 'pounds of concentrates In April th. Utah company's May production Jumped to it. 052. 371 pounds and the June production was 9,484,065 pounds the rt port state 1 The quarterly dls bursement to stockholders Juno 30, on I a basis of 60 cents a share, was re ' ported "s amounting to 8,12.946 A heavy expense incidental to re opojjlng the plants after a year s shut down was noted In eah of the re j ports. TAKING OVER I l RAILWAY AND MINES LOOMS Question Discussed at Con-' ference With President Harding at Capitol WAIT FOR FEW DAYS 'Administration to Give Roads Little More Time to Mend Affairs WASHINGTON, Aug. 26. 1 By The Associated Press), Federal operation of anthracite coal mines and some of the railroads was considered at a White Houpe conference Friday be iween President llardlns and Chair man Cummins, of the senate interstate cemmerce committee, and Attorneyj General Daugherty. Senator Cummins said after the con ference that the anthracite operators and minere would be gben one more opportunity to settle their differences. "If there li,n't 11 settlement In a few' days," be said, I will introduce a bill' authorising the government to opcratpj I the mines. " I Llaewlse, he s-tid. the railroads I would 1 ic gien a "reasonable" tune In which to demonstrate their ab.l.t t. furnish adequate service and inr. tho.to unable to do so would be tak.n I over. I 1 -Senator Cunimlns expressed confi dence that legislation for both pur-j poseS could be rushed through con-1 Igresa without deia. it was Indicated 'that consideration of these rUcjB would Inot . P' ra e to' interiru wnhthe pro-i posed legislation now pending and de-j Eltrn-d to curb profiteering In coal. The White House conference follow- cd suivcy ui the wholo hltuatlon at, the regular cabinet meeting and thej ti rml nation, without result, of the con lerence at New York between railroad 'executives and union officials. It was stated that the conference would be resumed today. I Befoic the conference the ground 'work had been laid through adm.nls I trillion ov ertures for a further inci t ing between the parties to tha anihra cite dispute, to be h-!d ni-.i week at some point in fennsyU a ala. It waa indicated that certain proposals would be made which it was hoped would I bring about an adjustment or the dif flcuity which resrupted one session at Philadelphia earlier th.s week: While no detailed explanation was siven as to how the govs nment would operate anthracite minis in the even! of their seizure i was Indicated that tin first step would bo to fix a wage scale and then request or direct the, jmlners to return l work. Coal mined, it was stated, would be marketed through the regular commercial chan Inels. the government taking sUp, to (prevent possible profiteering. I I The bituminous situation did not 'enter Into th? discussion, the confer ence agreeing that this Industry grad uallv was gelling back to normal. The ability of the roads to move coal from the mines. In the view of officials, constitutes an important element In this connection, however, and may prove a determining factor as 10 the necessity for federal operation of carriers. 00 1EBMN.PS I GRAND ISLAND. Nebr.. Aug. 86, I (By the Associated Press.) With the co-operation and ipproval of the laboi 'group, the Nonpartisan league of Ne I braska, in convention here Friday adopted the "balance or power" plan 'and indorsed a oomplete ticket for t.. I November elections. I K 15. Howell. Itopubllcan. wu giv en the I, ague's Indorsement for elec ! tion as l'nited States senator. Charles W. Bryan. Democrat, was fav lured as the league's choice for gov- 1 ernor. I The league Indorsed three Repub licans, seven democrats three rii 1 gressives and om non-polltlcal candl , date Resolutions adopted by the conven lion expressed 100 per cent sympathy Tor the striking railway employes, and favored goverhmeni ownership .uoi operation of railroads and nun-- ''to put an end forever to the presenf Chaotic conditions Of industry" Judge Arthur Wrav, Progressive party candidate ,.,r United States sen I ator. wo-s loudly cheered when he I closed an address to the convention with his own Indorsement of Mr How 1 ell for senator and voiced his with drawal from Hi'1 race bj saying that he nut deciim to lei personal con- I -adoration st.in l in the way of the ' success of Progressives no CONG. NOLAN WILL UNDERGO OPERATION SAN FRANCISCO Calif. Aug 2tv Congressman John I. Nolan, of San FranclsoOi Is seriously III with stomach complaint In a hospital here and Will I be operated on today. He Is a can- I dldates for re-election, didate for re-elctlon Congressman Nolan has heen ft 1 1 lnce his return from Washington five weeks ago. INEWS TO ME. SAYSj WILLIAMS. ROBBED of mm VI K r. al . nc jr. Detec tive Torn lb ffdon. and Officer liehrance Kline, crossing .1 vacant lot, noticed two sultcosog In the weeds Thej opened ihcm ami found IkuhI- ralued Ml 95Q.OO0 t-,-c 1 her With the name r the own er, i". Will IS ins f Venice. They WCn! to William-- home, arou-eil turn from a imp. Informed Inm in-- honu had been ,-it-d b bnrglan and returned the bonds, Tills Is the first I knc nlxuit it ffc ald. COLLAR BUTTON COUGHED UP BY SHERIFFS SON Object Lodged for Year in Bronchial Tube, Causing Illness Karl PlhcOCk, 1 -year-old son of Sheriff and Mrs. Richard Pincock. yesterday "coughed up" a wooden collar buton wtt H las i.ern lodged In his throat for an entire y, e.r thereby rellcxlng his throat of a lot of wear and tear and his family of a lot of anxiety. On September .t. 1921, Earl bad the collar button in his mouth and was playing and running with his brothers. lie sucked the button Into his throat. The lad told his parents of swal lowing the button, but said that ho belli red that it was of iron. X-rav photographs were taken a few days later, but failed tO show the button In his throat, because the button wjls of wood and did not phot g;raph. The boy became 111 and develop ed phsumonla. He recovered l?oin this but was always troubled by a hacking cough, whi.-h gradually undermine. I bin system, SeVeral days ago Sheriff Pincock sent his son to a ranch near Poca tcllo, Idaho, believing tlv.t the change might Improve his condition. This morning a small pasteboard box arrived at the sheriff's office, containing a badly worn collar but ton. A note explained that the la 1 was seised I iolent coughing yes terday which resulted in dislodfflog the bu'ton from the bronchial tubci and bringing It to light. The lad al ready feels better. It was said. The little wooden collar button brought rejoicing to the sheriffs Koine for there had been worry over it for an entire year FORMFR EMPEROR BETROTHED, REPORT LONDON, Aug 86. -Former Km 1 pern- William is betrothed to the widow of u German irlstoerat, ac cording to a report received by the Time.-,. Tin- (rom m Is aid ;o bo of al most royal rank and the mother of three children. She and the children recently visited ".he former emperor I nt Doom Holland. it is said the marriage will take place during the coming winter I The report ad l that this Is not the women to whom the nnc-tlme emperor was reported some time ago to be , betrothed. NOTED EVANGELIST RECEIVES DIVORCE I GRAND RAPIDS. Mich. Aug 2G. ! Judge Major L. Dunham of superior I court today awarded a decree of abso lute divorce to MeMne E Trotter, mi perintendent of the Grand Rapids 'City Rescue mission ami nationally 'known evangelist He bljmlaked the 'suit for separate malntenan- brought I by Mrs. Trotter. He held M"s. Trot ter's charges that her husband hud been unfaithful and that lid had treat ; ed her cruelly had not b.en Substan tiated by e idence FOREST BLAZE IN WYOMING CHECKED I CHBTBNNB, Wyo.. Aug 26. The forest firs which was reported raging 40 miles south of Douglas, Wyo., was brought under control early today. .' according to reports received hero (The fire Covered on at,.H of approxl matefy -"-In' squari miles In the region near !old w -iter. 1 GENERALLY FAIR i WEATHER PREDICTED J WASHINGTON, Aug 2. Weather outlook for week beginning Monday. I Rockv mcuntaln and olateau re glon Generally fair and moderate tcmpr raturei I Pacific states Generally fair, with 'normal temperatures. ROADS CLAIM THEY'LL BREAK STRIKE IM WEEK .Unions Declare Men Are Prepared to Eattle to Victory I HARD FIGHT LOOMS President of Switchmen Savs He Is Sorry for U. S. Public I I NEW YORK, ug 28. (By the As soc I a t ed Press.) With the peace ef- fort launched by the big five brothc-- , . hoods definitely abandoned, rail x- JH ecutlves and shop crafts leaders to day realigned their forces for a fin ish fight In which Loth sides predlc:- ' ' ed an early victory H "We are going home to start tho illll real fight, whether It lasts for threi ilK H I weeks or three months." declared W. H I-'. Ryan, president of the Carmen'j H . National Brotherhood, as h prepar- H led to leae for Kansas City. H 1 "ir organizations have plenty of H funds t' make the long fight and our H men are willing to make the sacri- 'iT'f'B ri.es needed f-jr a decisive victory," 1 H be concluded H JEW! I, l. CONFIDENT. j B. M Jewell head of the shop I craft?, was equally positive a8 to tho I outcome th- battle, which he as ! serted the railroads left as the only ur e for the unions to pursue Be- 1 by for, starting fbr Chicago to pick up th r-'lffs of striki leadership whero 1 he dropped them when the recent c i- 1 arleys began, he issued a state- III in. al to his men in n-hlch ho eald- i v.. -n th" full limit in the irfil of peace. If we must fight jfj e will siiow that we know how Now '' that the issue is again clearly defined ffil and false hopes of an early peace dissipated, the fight must be renewed with Increased vigor and every man must do hlv full part to bring It to UiJ ,n . trl and successful conclusion." , t Tii.- attitude of the brotherhood f chiefs, whose tireless efforts to pro mote a settlement proved so futllo when negotl-iuons collapsed Krldav, was expressed by T. C. Cashen, presl denl of th Switchmen's I'nlon of siiuiti FOR PUBLIC, "We are not so sorry for the strlk- Ljift ild etc tor th -, 1 e 1 ' . 1 1 They arc going to . JJ thi nfferers mor. and more aj J? tl strike la prolonged." j Others Fit k l .ve leaders ex- pressed great disappointment over SH t'aeir failure to mend hostilities but IHH r r. '.. d assurance., that the runnins (L trades; would refrain from any sym patic tic strike. Illegal walkout or con spiracy "as long as the rights of the brotherhoods are not threatened." in 1. ill employers' circles news of the disruption of p.-ace parleys was given a varied reception. Officials of MH ' roads Which were not party to tho H negotiations having joined the ma- H jority vv.ii. h declined to resume ills- j cusslons with the brotherhoods after , I , last Wednesday's nu ctlng of the As- , soclation of Railway Executives today ;'i fi- : w.-re frankly saving T 'old you so" H REGRET EXPRESSED. The minority representing 77 roads with 85. Ooo miles of track and includ- i ulu Ing such powerful systems as the Chi- .ago Northwestern Chicago. Mil- H waukee A St. Paul, Erie and New i HT York Centrul. today expressed regret I at the sudden termination of efforts , to comporimes, but expressed no llHI doubt as to the outcome. We will break the strike within a week." was their general prediction. H I 00 WOOL MARKET HAS I MODERATE ACTIVITY ! IPiSTDN. Aug - Tlo- Coin.no r- I cial Bulletin says H "The wool market has continue! moderatelv active wl'h prices gener- QBH ally firm, although fine staple wools ' have liim for.a d to yield slightly on account of the competition of r-eg-i ! fine wools. Tlie Lawrence mills af- fected by the' strike are generally resuming operations. although no j merked improvement in the demand H for wool is expected until after I-abor H ' day. The trade Is naturally Inclined ! to wait more or less to see what th illwll I final disposition of the tariff wiil be ; on the part of the conference com- H mlttee. H "The foreign markets are very ! strong, Yorkshire having marked up prices on merino fops again. Inter- '"'L I eat 'enters more Immediately on the sab of East India wools to be held fll at Liverpool commenting next Tues- H day when 3S.000 bales iwll bo offered. ,,f which fair proportion will bo 'IHB suitable for this country end a.- - fn-o I of duty." H MISS MARY TUMULTY J MORE SERIOUSLY ILL " WASHINGTON. Aug. 26 Joseph P Xf Tumultv. former private secreiary to 44HH former President Wilson, and MM. Tumulty left late Friday night for iHf New 1 ork to sail today on the Majes tic to go to the bedside of their daugh ' ter. Miss Mary Tumulty, at Oberam mergau. Germany Decision to go to I the bedside was reached after thc I sla'e department hid received i.- ,' jj formation that Miss Tumulty had re- 'fytWlj veloped pneumonia after being .'er-ioiimI-,- Injured recently In 311 automo- ' bile accident whllo touring the con tinent , '